Apparently Ian saw a Psychologist. However, after contacting the clinic I just found out that the notes from the doctor completely neglected to mention anything in the report about his "zoning out", or his aggressive behavior. And it says that his potty training issues and temper tantrums are normal for his age. Yes, 3 yr olds have temper tantrums, but most don't scratch their own faces and scream like they have just been stung by a bee just because they didn't get a green cup. And most don't do the same thing, including trying to injure their teacher just because they change his diaper in the bathroom, which he thinks they are going to make him go potty. And by the way, his rocking is described only as "self comforting" for sleep behavior. Just as an FYI, Ian has broken two couches and sleeps in a lazy boy, just so he can rock in his sleep. He rocks constantly. Not just at night. He does it all day. I have gotten to the point where he knows which couch is his "rocking couch" because it is supported with a wall behind it and is less likely to break the main beam in that one. Even when he visits his father, he won't stay in bed. He moves to the couch so he can rock. And while the paperwork I was given says "sensory disorder" there is no mention in the doctor's notes aside from "sensory seeking behavior".Also, it states normal social behavior, despite the fact that he fought with the dr. about touching him at all and spent fifteen minutes hiding under my chair during the visit. Peeeerrrrrrrfectly normal behavior......... I am so absolutely frustrated. I am not sure if I want to scream and pull my hair out or just give the hell up. Why is it that I cannot get a doctor to listen to me?